Cinderella

Cinderella

August 2017
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Are you ready for a gigantic sprinkle of Playhouse magic this Christmas? Then get set to join Cinderella on a midnight coach ride through pantoland!

There’s only one problem … Cinders' ugly sisters and wicked step-mum make her scrape and clean all day and it’s beginning to make her feel all sad. She needs backup. She needs you! Plus some support from her best friend Buttons (who happens to be a mouse) and maybe a bit of help from a certain fairy godmothery-shaped someone... But even if Cinders does get to the party, what’s all this about midnight deadlines, pumpkins and magic slippers? When panto hijinks ensue, it’s the audience who’ll really be having a ball!

Cinderella is written and directed by Steve Marmion, director of our 5-star pantomime Aladdin last year. So if you like all-singing, all-dancing, laugh-out-loud silliness with a big dollop of festive mayhem, then Cinderella promises to be the perfect fit.

Duration: 2 hours 5mins

A feast of festive fun, Oxford Playhouse delivers all we could wish for in a colourful - joyfully musical - production of Cinderella...Don't miss

**** Oxford Times 

High wattage pantomime that honours tradition while also remembering it’s 2016  

**** Stage

A booming great bonkers show for all the family. Cinderella is bold-as-she-is-beautiful...In short, go. You will have fun 

Daily Info

It’s a good sign when the eager squealing of the children in the audience is met by the raucous laughter of the adults...I can think of few better ways to start the holiday season 

**** StageTalk Magazine

Oxford Playhouse have the best pantos ever!! Love going there!
Audience Comment

Loved our Mum & daughter trip to Cinderella at the Oxford Playhouse yesterday. Fab casting & Beyoncé finale was inspired! Lovely set & lighting.
Audience Comment

Wow. I went on the first night and I give the panto 5 stars!"
Audience Comment

BEST PANTO EVER!!! You've truly smashed it this year! All 4 of us had the time of our lives, from aged 9 to 44 ... You even delighted the emo 13 year old.
Audience Comment

Book Tickets

Perfect for everyone aged 5 to 105! Children under 5 are welcome but may find some scenes loud or a little scary. 

Running Time: Approximately 2 hours including interval.

  • High wattage pantomime that honours tradition while also remembering it’s 2016
       
    Stage
  • A feast of festive fun…all you could wish for in a colourful - joyfully musical - production of Cinderella...Don't miss
       
    Oxford Times
  • It’s a good sign when the eager squealing of the children in the audience is met by the raucous laughter of the adults
       
    Stage Talk

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